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The Unknown Iraq  (aired 5/18/2006)
The news from Iraq seems to get worse by the day, but is that the whole story? Is there another Iraq behind the scenes, where long-term stability and peace is being established? And has the war in Iraq affected the prospects for democracy in other countries?

Getting it Right in Iraq  (aired 2/9/2006)
America’s presence in Iraq is entering its third year. Despite progress and establishing democracy, violence against Iraqis and American troops continues. What is the best strategy for success in Iraq? Has the game been worth the candle?

Iraq: The Bullet and the Ballot, Part Two  (aired 3/24/2005)
In January of 2005, Iraqis headed to the polls for their first free elections in half a century. But as the new government takes shape, a violent insurgency and ethnic tensions continue to threaten hopes for a stable Iraq. What is the future of Iraqi democracy? What are the implications for the broader Middle East? What are the stakes for America?

Iraq: The Bullet and the Ballot, Part One  (aired 2/24/2005)
In January of 2005, Iraqis headed to the polls for their first free elections in half a century. But as the new government takes shape, a violent insurgency and ethnic tensions continue to threaten hopes for a stable Iraq. What is the future of Iraqi democracy? What are the implications for the broader Middle East? What are the stakes for America?

Does the U.N. Work?  (aired 9/16/2004)
The UN was created in 1945 principally to promote peace among nations. But its role in the 21st Century is unclear. Global terrorism, genocide and humanitarian crises have taken center stage. Critics charge internal corruption and attempts by member nations to use the UN to rein-in the United States, the world’s sole remaining superpower. Would a stronger UN make for a more peaceful world? Or should America be wary about losing its right to act in its own interest?


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